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    I’ve always loved sketchbooks as an object, as a place which captures and compile my little improvements as a calligrapher and as a place to thin… Read More
    I’ve always loved sketchbooks as an object, as a place which captures and compile my little improvements as a calligrapher and as a place to think and to experiment. The images you’re going to see are the result of 10 months of deliberate practice, sketching and studies, playing with different styles, layouts and chromatic combinations. For me, is the best way to have a record of my improvements, a kind of calligraphic journal, where a new blank page is a new little challenge which you can’t tear off from the rest of the journal, so it requires my full focus on it. Read Less
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Sketchbook #3
Calligraphy journal.

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I’ve always loved sketchbooks as an object, as a place which captures and compile my little improvements as a calligrapher and as a place to think and to experiment.

The images you’re going to see are the result of 10 months of deliberate practice, sketching and studies, playing with different styles, layouts and chromatic combinations. For me, is the best way to have a record of my improvements, a kind of calligraphic journal, where a new blank page is a new little challenge which you can’t tear off from the rest of the journal, so it requires my full focus on it.

Some of the pages you’ll find below were part of my Calligraphy Journal, a weekly series of posts on my blog, showing and analysing exercises and my improvements in different scripts and techniques.

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